HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                       Thursday, September 28, 2000

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SCOTT LEO

  TURNER - Scott A. Leo, 30, died Monday, Sept. 25, 2000 eight miles southeast of Turner due to a self-inflicted gun shot wound.

  Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Turner High School gymnasium, with burial following in the Turner Cemetery.

  Leo was born May 23, 1970 in Havre to David and Karen (Bauman) Leo. He graduated from Turner High School in 1988.

  After graduation, Leo worked for Wolery Custom Harvesting during the summer and attended Northern Montana College in Havre in the fall. He later worked on the family farm at Turner and then relocated to Yuba City, Calif. where he did various carpentry work, installed satelite dish systems, harvested walnuts, and worked in a shrimp factory.

  Leo had a love for cars and loked to work on them. He was a avid fisherman and hunter and enjoyed raising his sheep and cattle on the family farm.

  He was a confirmed member of the Turner American Lutheran Church. At the time of his death, he was employed on the family farm at Turner.

  Leo was preceded in death by his father in 1980 and his material grandparents.

  Survivors include his mother, Karen Kegal and her husband, Dan, of Turner; brothers, Keven Leo of Baltimore, Md. and Mark Kegel and Clancy Kegel of Turner; grandparents, Pete and Evelyn Leo of Harlem; one niece and one nephew.

  Memorials may be given to the Turner American Lutheran Church.

  Arrangements are by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

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GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                Friday, September 29, 2000

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SCOTT A.LEO

  TURNER - Scott Anthony Leo, 30, died Monday eight miles southeast of Turner.

  His funeral is 2 p.m. Saturday at the Turner High School gym, with burial in the Turner Cemetery. Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook is in charge of arrangements. Memorials are suggested to Turner American Lutheran Church.

  He was born May 23, 1970 in Havre,and graduated from Turner High School in 1988. He then worked for Wolery Custom Harvesting during the summer and attended Northern Montana College in Havre in the fall.

  He later worked on the family farm at Turner and then moved to Yuba City, Calif. where he did carpentry, installed satelite dish systems, harvested walnuts and worked in a shrimp factory. He had moved back to Turner and was employed at the family farm at the time of his death.

  He was a member of the Turner American Lutheran Church and enjoyed cars, auto mechanics, fishing, hunting, and raising sheep and cattle.

  Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Karen and Dan Kegal, of Turner; three brothers, Keven Leo of Baltimore and Mark Kegel and Clancy Kegel of Turner; and his grandparents, Pete and Evelyn Leo of Harlem.

  Death was caused by a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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THE SENTINELWednesday, October 4, 2000

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SCOTT LEO

  TURNER - Scott A. Leo, 30, died Monday, Sept. 25, 2000 eight miles southeast of Turner due to a self-inflicted gun shot wound.

  Leo was born May 23, 1970 in Havre to David and Karen (Bauman) Leo. He graduated from Turner High School in 1988.

  After graduation, Leo worked for Wolery Custom Harvesting during the summer and attended Northern Montana College in Havre in the fall. He later worked on the family farm at Turner and then relocated to Yuba City, Calif. where he did various carpentry work, installed satelite dish systems, harvested walnuts, and worked in a shrimp factory.

  Leo had a love for cars and loked to work on them. He was a avid fisherman and hunter and enjoyed raising his sheep and cattle on the family farm.

  He was a confirmed member of the Turner American Lutheran Church. At the time of his death, he was employed on the family farm at Turner.

  Leo was preceded in death by his father in 1980 and his material grandparents.

  Survivors include his mother, Karen Kegal and her husband, Dan, of Turner; brothers, Keven Leo of Baltimore, Md. and Mark Kegel and Clancy Kegel of Turner; grandparents, Pete and Evelyn Leo of Harlem; one niece and one nephew.

  Memorials may be given to the Turner American Lutheran Church.

  Arrangements are by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

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THE BLAINE CO. JOURNAL  NEWS-OPINION                                               Wednesday, October 4, 2000

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SCOTT LEO

  Scott A. Leo, 30, passed away  Monday, September 25, 2000 eight miles southeast of Turner due to a self-inflicted gun shot wound.

  Funeral services were held on Saturday, September 30, 2000 at 2:00 p.m. in the Turner High School gymnasium, with burial following in the Turner Cemetery. Memorials may be given to the Turner American Lutheran Church.

  Arrangements are by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

  Scott Anthony Leo was born May 23, 1970 in Havre to David and Karen (Bauman) Leo. He graduated from Turner High School in 1988. After graduation, Leo worked for Wolery Custom Harvesting during the summer and attended Northern Montana College in Havre in the fall. He later worked on the family farm at Turner and then relocated to Yuba City, Calif. where he did various carpentry work, installed satelite dish systems, harvested walnuts, and worked in a shrimp factory.

  Scott had a love for cars and liked auto-mechanics. He was also a avid fisherman, hunter, and enjoyed raising his sheep and cattle on the family farm.   He was a confirmed member of the Turner American Lutheran Church. At the time of his death, he was employed on the family farm at Turner.

   Scott is Survived by his mother, Karen Kegal and her husband, Dan, of Turner; three brothers, Keven Leo of Baltimore, Maryland, Mark Kegel and Clancy Kegel of Turner; grandparents, Pete and Evelyn Leo of Harlem; one niece and one nephew.

  He was preceded in death by his father in 1980 and his material grandparents.

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